Amy: Kevin, which animal is the eighth sign of the Chinese zodiac, the sheep or the goat?
Kevin: Good question. I'm not sure.
Amy: How about the sign of the Rooster? Why is it a rooster and not a hen?
Kevin: No idea. How come you have so many questions about the Chinese zodiac today?
Amy: I want to learn more about it. I thought I had a good knowledge of it, but it turned out that I didn't.
Patty: What makes you say so?
Amy: My mom and I were invited to a wedding.
I wanted to take a photo with the bride, but people told me not to because I was born in the Year of the Tiger.
Patty: This is one of the most common taboos for Tigers. Didn't you know about it?
Amy: No. I'd never heard of it before I went to the wedding!
Kevin: Poor girl! You went to the wedding but didn't take a picture with the pretty bride.
Amy: Well, I did. The bride invited me to take a photo with her.
Kevin: Didn't she mind?
Amy: Not at all! She said she herself was a Tiger, too.
Patty: That's funny.
艾咪：凱文，中國 12 生肖中第 8 個生肖是綿羊還是山羊啊？
派蒂：這是 1 個屬虎的常見禁忌。妳不知道嗎？
- knock [nɑk] v.
I was studying English when my mom knocked on the door.
- foreigner ['fɔrɪnɚ] n.
Many foreigners like to travel to Hualien.
- abroad [ə'brɔd] adv.
I plan to study abroad in two years.
- beside [bɪ'saɪd] prep.
Sit here beside me.
- cheat [tʃit] v.
Cheating on exams is wrong.
- shall [ʃæl] aux.
I shall not mind the result of the game and just try my best.
- speak for yourself ['spik fɔr jʊɚ 'sɛlf]
A: I don't think the beef sandwich is delicious.
B: Speak for yourself! They are so yummy!